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Trying to buy time. Vaccine is coming but covid spread is...

The long-awaited coronavirus vaccine is expected to begin flowing into Ohio in about three weeks, but state officials worry that the coming holidays will...

Teachers unions urge veto on school funding bill

Two of Ohio's top teachers unions are asking the governor to veto a new education bill just passed by the legislature. The Ohio Senate and...

Farmers likely to see more multinational trade deals crafted in Biden...

WASHINGTON — American farmers who have gone through the drama and turbulence of trade and agriculture policy in the Trump administration can expect a...

Washington at a standstill, as states face the loss of federal...

WASHINGTON — The number of coronavirus infections across the country is swelling at a perilous time for state governments, just weeks before federal support...

EdChoice reappears, expansion approved in the Ohio Senate

Update 11/20 - The Ohio House passed the conference report in their Thursday session with a vote of 51 to 36 vote along partisan lines,...

Agencies helping the poor fear a dreadful new year

The Nov. 3 general election has garnered most of the public attention lately, but officials on Monday warned that the coronavirus pandemic continues to squeeze the growing ranks of low-income Ohioans.

State school funding overhaul begins trek through Ohio House

Public school financial leaders stood behind the state funding overhaul that was once again brought before the Ohio House Finance Committee on Tuesday. In its...

FirstEnergy firings prompt regulatory audit in nuclear bailout scandal

It slipped under the radar last week, but on the day after the presidential election the Public Utility Commission of Ohio ordered a management audit of Akron-based FirstEnergy Corp. to determine whether it abided by separation rules when it spun off its nuclear reactors in 2016.

Ohio managed-care company makes big change to drug reimbursements

After years of complaints by community pharmacies, Ohio's largest Medicaid managed-care company has announced a huge overhaul to the way it reimburses them for prescription drugs.

Analysis: Ohio on the positive side of unemployment benefits

In an analysis of unemployment benefits nationwide, Ohio was listed among the top five states where benefits cover basic living costs. The analysis by Money...
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